(Thanks for your gread product first!)
I meet a problem recently, please give me some advice.
We have a SVN Server construct by VisualSVN Server on Windows Server 2008,
and the SVN server is https and has a certificate.
My computer is Mac OSX 10.10(10.9 also has the same problem), there are two commond line
svn in this computer.
by "svn --version" I can confirm both version are 1.8.9 (r1591380)
compiled May 5 2014, 21:19:46 on x86_64-apple-darwin13.0.0
When I checkout/update/commit a project(such as https://somename.server1.mygroup.com/svn/project1), the console will prompt me the message below, and I can continue by press t.
=============Example by svn command================
$ svn commit -m "some message"
Error validating server certificate for 'https://somename.server1.mygroup.com:443':
- The certificate has an unknown error.
- Hostname: somename.server1.mygroup.com
- Valid: from Aug 6 11:31:46 2014 GMT until Aug 3 11:31:46 2024 GMT
- Issuer: R&D, MYGROUP, KOBE, KOBE, JP
- Fingerprint: 49:0C:7B:A1:71:A6:A0:2B:91:D3:FB:DB:EC:66:AA:62:73:B6:87:CE
(R)eject or accept (t)emporarily? t
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 1.
When I checkout the same project by Cornerstone, Cornerstone will prompt me with
"1.8 working copies may not be compatible with other subversion apps on this Mac. Subversion 1.8 contains a bug related to HTTPS. Cornerstone includes a fix but this issue may affect other Subversion clients. As previous versions are not affected by this bug, the user of 1.7 working copies is recommended..."
If I click "Check out Anyway" button, the project will be checkout correctly.
But if I open the project by IntelliJ IDEA and try to do subversion update,
IDEA will finish with the error below:
Error:svn: E204899: Server SSL certificate rejected
18:48:27 svn: E215000: No stored server certificate was found in runtime
How can I continue to update successfully in IDEA on this situation as svn command or Cornerstone will?